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Cost of security measures is another sign of domestic terrorists’ reach

“Terrorism is a strategy used by small groups to amplify their power far beyond their numbers.”

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Animals’ use in medical training questioned

A Globe editorial on the use of live animals in emergency-medicine training programs generated a range of reaction.

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Moulton deserves our cheers, not jeers

“He is working hard to bring change to Congress, to raise issues of consequence in states that matter, and to boldly resist Trump at every turn.”

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Cities, towns need to make way for drug treatment programs

“Municipal officials need to help solve this problem. They can do so, in part, by complying with the law when a provider looks to come to their community.

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Plan to build over Pike looks like a tall order

Things may be looking up for a development over the Pike, but readers’ focus is on ground-level concerns.

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Quest for Markey’s seat would be a misstep for Kennedy

“There is no way young Joseph P. Kennedy III can be a better senator for Massachusetts and the country than Edward Markey is already.”

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This is no longer the Israel his parents held up as example

Two aspiring dictators (Trump and Netanyahu) are working in tandem to meet their own self-centered political ends.

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Kids’ ills underscore the dangerous folly of marketing pot edibles

“As the saying goes, ‘What could possibly go wrong?’ Well, we’re seeing exactly what can go wrong.”